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2012 Asia U-19 Junior Championships in Gimcheon, Korea

Discussion in '2012 Tournaments' started by Krisna, Apr 18, 2012.

  1. limsy

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    both kento and nazomi is in terror form!
    hehe
     
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    edi/melati lost:'(

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    Surprise, Panji Akbar won in straight set.
     
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    Alfian/Kevin also progress to SF, good job boys!! Keep focus for your next match!!!
     
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    How old are Kento and Nozomi?
    I think only Inthanon or Sindhu can beat her,
     
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    Sindhu beat Sun Yu, in straight game. I'm happy if Sameer and Sindhu be the champion!!!
     
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    kento 18,nazomi 17
    congrats to sindhu who beat sun yu in 2 tight set!
     
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    verma lost to soong in team event,and kento is the one to beat here
     
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    So far, I think Kevin is really the one to watch out for if he is given a good partner, i.e. a back court player with thunderous smashes. Both Alfian Eko Prasetya and Rafiddias Akhdan Nugroho have benefitted from Kevin's excellent net play.He will still have 1 more year in 2013.
     
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    Sun Yu KOed by Sindhu...

    Nozomi is 17 this year. And I think Kento is 18. He also participated last year.
     
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    I totally underestimated Panji Akbar before the tournament begin, but tomorrow He will play in SF against the MAS. Of course I still underestimate him. :p
     
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    so, nozomi will be eligible for next year AJC and WJC. So does Inthanon.

    ya, I know its hard for him.

    like this.
     
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    too bad Rosyita/Melati lost 6-21, 10-21 :(
    Edi/Arya, please keep focus on your match!!! Om Sigit, help them...
     
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    I'm not suprised if Shella Devi/Anggia Sitta lost to CHN pair today.
     
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    So far, Rosyita only played in 3 matches including team event. Actually I want her to play more this week. :D
     
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    4/4 in bs
    3/4 in gs
    3/4 in bd
    3/4 in gd
    1/4 in xd
     
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    final prediction

    xd
    korea vs china

    bs
    japan vs malaysia

    gs
    thailand vs japan

    bd
    hong kong vs ina

    gd
    korea vs china
     
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    BS SF
    Panji Akbar Sudrajat [11] vs Soong Joo Ven [6] - Panji has surprised us by winning the Bronze Medal. Can he go one step further and beat Soong Joo Ven? A bit tough for him.

    BD SF
    Lee Chun Hei/Ng Ka Long
    [1] vs Edi Subaktiar/Arya Maulana Aldiartama [3] - as expected, the HKG pair has once again become Edi/Arya's obstacle en-route to the Final. Lee partnered Tam Chun Hei earlier this year and the scoreline between them and the INA pair was 1-1. It will be a super tough match for Edi/Arya and I just hope they try their best. The HKG pair has a slight edge.

    Alfian Eko Prasetya/Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo vs Wang Chih Lin/Wu Hsiao Lin - the TPE pair did the INA pair a favor by beating the Japanese pair who had beaten Edi/Arya & Hafiz/Eka. Maybe fatigue came into play in that match. Nevertheless, I believe Alfian/Kevin should not under-estimate the TPE pair and if they play their normal game, I think they can progress to the Final.
     
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    is there a video stream somewhere?
     
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    ALL CHN final in XD, while Panji lost in three games.
     

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